Correct spelling for RUGBYBALL
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Possible correct spellings for rugbyball
- bubble Here the sick were brought by their friends that they might, when they saw the waters bubble up, step in and be cured.
- grubbily So, an outcast among outcasts, grubbily bunked in a camp of hoboes, talking to a filthy lean man with an evil hooked nose, Seth Appleby began to think for himself, to the end that he should be one of the class that rules and is unafraid.
- rabble The soldiers are at some little distance, silent and watchful; such of the rabble as have passed the night there have had some superstitious object in their stay.
- recall Aurora said nothing to this, but seemed to be trying to recall something she had long forgotten.
- regale Thus, my lords, they conceived that they had reformed the common people, without infringing the pleasures of others, and applauded the happy contrivance by which spirits were to be made dear only to the poor, while every man who could afford to purchase two gallons, was at liberty to riot at his ease, and over a full flowing bumper look down with contempt upon his former companions, now ruthlessly condemned to disconsolate sobriety, or obliged to regale themselves with liquor which did no speedy execution upon their cares, but held them for many tedious hours in a languishing possession of their senses and their limbs.
- Jubal THE POETRY OF GEORGE ELIOT I. THE SPANISH GYPSY 113 II. THE LEGEND OF JUBAL 138
- gumball Caesar was able to pantomime a wide variety of things: a tire, a gumball machine, a lion, a dog, a punching bag, a telephone, an infant, an elevator, a railroad train, a herd of horses, a piano, a rattlesnake and a bottle of seltzer.
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